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Developers are finally taking interest in South L.A. Will Measure S kill those dreams?

United States / Los Angeles : L.A. Now

For decades, residents of South L.A. felt as though the development boom reshaping parts of Los Angeles was passing them by. As developers erected looming towers in places such as downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood and the Westside, th...

L.A. transit officials should support affordable housing near rail lines

United States / Los Angeles : LA Times: Local

The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Agency is considering expanding its mission to include the development of affordable housing along transit lines. Metro, which operates the subways, light-rail lines and most of the region...

L.A. County business group opposes proposed minimum wage hikes

United States / Los Angeles : LA Times: Local

An alliance of Los Angeles County business groups announced Wednesday that it is opposed to hiking the citywide minimum wage in Los Angeles.

Told to vacate, low-income tenants of complex near USC feel betrayed by nonprofits

Business & Finance : Money & Co

Tenants at Rolland Curtis Gardens fought alongside two affordable housing groups in 2012 to stop a billionaire developer who tried to evict them and convert their South Los Angeles apartments to USC student housing. Two years later,...

CA: Los Angeles Tenant Groups Oppose Bill That Could Lead to a Development Boom Near Transit

Industries / Transportation : MassTransit

A coalition of 37 low-income housing and tenant groups in Los Angeles is opposing state legislation that would dramatically increase new housing around transit.


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